CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL! The Bloomington Early Music Festival was truly spectacular this year and we look forward to celebrating many more!
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Sunday, January 24 | St. Thomas Lutheran Church | 2:30pm
Bach Cantata Project
Repertoire to be announced
Friday, January 29 | Indiana Landmarks Center, Indianapolis | 7:30pm
Ensemble Voltaire: German Baroque for Three
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All performances at the Bloomington Early Music Festival were offered free this year. Please join us in helping the Bloomington Early Music come to life by contributing towards publicity, programming, instrument rentals, transport, and much more.
Take a look at the impressive accomplishments of the musicians who participated in the 2015 Bloomington Early Music Festival! Click here to read about them >
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Local Early Music Professionals
Elisabeth Wright, Wendy Gillespie, Dana Marsh, Nigel North, Stanley Ritchie, Richard Seraphinoff, Shelley Taylor, Juan Carlos Arango, Leela Breithaupt, Priscilla Borges, Leighann Daihl, Beth Garfinkel, Martie Perry, Erica Rubis, Thea Smith, Carla Williams, and Scott Witzke.
Regional Early Music Professionals
Steven Rickards, Keith Collins, Barbara Kallaur, Amy Bearden, Brandi Berry, Rachel Gries, Bernard Gordillo, Daniel Corneliussen, Marty Davids, Bill Hudson, Elena Kraineva, Gregory Maytan, Annalisa Pappano, Emily Thompson, Jason Thompson, and David Walker.